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orsonw

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to Ricardo

Personally I can play I A faster, but I am determined to use I M because I think it sounds better.

Here Santiago Lara uses M A. Maybe this is a tone choice, rather than a speed issue?
You can see here at about 2.00 minute.

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to orsonw

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Here Santiago Lara uses M A. Maybe this is a tone choice, rather than a speed issue?
You can see here at about 2.00 minute.

His A M picado doesn't sound right to me.
I don't know the reason why he chose A M over I M, which is superior in every way.

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devilhand

 

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to orsonw

This thread deals with the same topic AM picado.

http://www.foroflamenco.com/tm.asp?m=321039&p=7&tmode=1&smode=1

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to devilhand

Looks like pulgar up and down combined with golpe at 7:22-7:29?



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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to devilhand

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ORIGINAL: devilhand

Looks like pulgar up and down combined with golpe at 7:22-7:29?




That is called alzapúa….he is targeting a small group of strings, the basses, however his up strokes do catch the third string. Three notes (triplets). Again, time to get a teacher.

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to Ricardo

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It is a very personalized technique of his that he does in every palo. I learned a siguiriyas version and put it in compas for folks that want to learn it (cuz most of the time his concept of compas is very push pull with this technique and the math doesn’t always work). This was many years back and I have it a lot better now, this was after I first figured it out as it’s very tricky.




Is this personalized technique also used for the falseta from Morao you uploaded in the Falseta Swap Shop thread?

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Ricardo

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to devilhand

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ORIGINAL: devilhand

quote:

ORIGINAL: Ricardo

It is a very personalized technique of his that he does in every palo. I learned a siguiriyas version and put it in compas for folks that want to learn it (cuz most of the time his concept of compas is very push pull with this technique and the math doesn’t always work). This was many years back and I have it a lot better now, this was after I first figured it out as it’s very tricky.




Is this personalized technique also used for the falseta from Morao you uploaded in the Falseta Swap Shop thread?


The above I put into proper compas, but the original falseta was this:


Then I used the technique for my own falseta (second or long fancy one) por solea:



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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to devilhand

Which finger is used for accented down strumming? The index or middle or ring finger? This is done without golpe.

At 3:42 Paco does 3 down strummings in a row. Unfortunately one can't see which finger he's using.
At 4:38 look like he's using either AM or AMI.
At 4:43 is it the index finger only?



At 3:32


At 1:57 & 2:43


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Ricardo

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RE: Which technique is this? (in reply to devilhand

Normally either i or m

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